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  • International ATOVS Processing Package
    current year Numerical Model Data for Use in the IAPP A limited amount of NWP output from NCEP s GFS model is routinely processed by the GRIB to netCDF processor that is supplied with the IAPP and posted to the SSEC anonymous ftp server in a moving seven day archive Each day of the year subdirectory which is named yyyymmdd yearmonthday contains the anl analysis or 0 hour plus 6 and 12 hour global forecast files obtained from the 00 06 12 and 18 UTC analysis forecast cycles The files are ideally posted approximately four hours after cycle time e g the 00 UTC files are available at 0400 UTC give or take a minute or so Occasional delays in receipt of the original files at SSEC will of course lead to delay in generating and posting the netCDF files this lag should not exceed one hour The files have been gzip d for faster downloading To obtain this data go to ftp ftp ssec wisc edu pub ssec halw grids Please see the NOTICE below regarding CIMSS s commitment to providing this information Surface Data for Use in the IAPP Hourly surface data is routinely processed at CIMSS in support of the IAPP The raw METAR files are posted to the SSEC anonymous ftp server in a moving seven day archive Each day of the year subdirectory which is named yyyymmdd yearmonthday contains the files for every UTC hour from 00 to 23 Note that the last element of each file name is hh 30 this serves to denote the midpoint of the hour data are actually collected until hh 55 The user can transform these files to netCDF for input to IAPP by using the METAR to netCDF processor that is included with the package To obtain this

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/opsats/polar/iapp/IAPP.html (2012-11-14)
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  • IMAPP - CIMSS
    moisture profiles Total precipitable water Stability indices Aerosol optical depth Ice Surface Temperature Snow Mask Ice Cover and Ice Concentration Inversion Strength and Inversion Depth Learn more Land Products Land surface reflectance Learn more Nadir BRDF adjusted reflectance Learn more Image Products True color GeoTIFF and KML Learn more AIRS and AMSU Products Aqua Sensor Products Calibrated and geolocated radiances and reflectances AIRS Calibrated and geolocated antenna temperatures AMSU Learn more Atmosphere Products Temperature and moisture profiles 3x3 AIRS FOV Learn more Temperature and moisture profiles single AIRS FOV Learn more Collocated AIRS MODIS temperature and moisture profiles single AIRS FOV clear and cloudy sky Learn more Utilities AIRS HDF to BUFR converter Learn more AMSR E Products Aqua Sensor Products Calibrated and geolocated antenna temperatures Learn more Atmosphere Products Rain rate Learn more Surface Products Soil moisture Learn more Snow water equivalent Learn more NWP Products The Direct Broadcast CIMSS Regional Assimilation System DBCRAS is a regional numerical weather prediction model that assimilates MODIS products in real time and creates forecasts up to 72 hours at 48 km and 16 km resolution Learn more Air Quality Forecast Products The Infusing Satellite Data Into Environmental Applications International IDEA I software

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/imapp/ (2012-11-14)
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  • AERI
    the locations of the sites Realtime Madison WI Retrievals Radiances http webmads ssec wisc edu AERIPLUS Profiles Temperature and Relative Humidity Time Series Potential Temperature Mixing Ratio Time Series SKEWT s Convective Stability Indice Time Series SKEWT Animations for Current Day Lamont OK Archive Back to top Data images and case studies for AERIPlus locations including Hillsboro KS Lamont OK Madison WI Morris OK Purcell OK Vici OK Field Experiments Back to top EXPERIMENT LOCATION DATE INSTRUMENT GAPEX Denver CO Oct 88 HIS CRSPE Madison WI Nov Dec 1989 HIS GB HIS WISP Platteville CO Mar 91 GB HIS PT SUR 1991 Monterey CA May 91 GB HIS SPECTRE Coffeyville KS Nov Dec 1991 GB HIS AERI P rototype STORMFEST Seneca KS Feb Mar 1992 AERI Prototype PT SUR 1992 Monterey CA May 92 AERI Prototype ARM SGP Lamont OK Mar 1993 Jun 1995 AERI Prototype VOCAR Pt Mugu CA Aug Sep 1993 AERI 01 LN2 CAMEX Wallops Island VA Sep Oct 1993 AERI 01 LN2 OTIS Gulf of Mexico Jan 95 AERI 01 LN2 CAMEX II Wallops Island VA Aug Sep 1995 AERI Proto type CSP R V DISCOVERER Mar Apr 1996 AERI Prototype WVIOP96 Lamont OK Sep 96

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/aeri/data/ (2012-11-14)
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  • CIMSS Model Analyses and Forecasts
    fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 14 coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 13 CRAS20MKX 36 hour Forecast based on NWS MKX WRF domain Assimilates GOES Sounder water vapor and clouds on GFS background WRFX 20NC coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 14 coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 13 WRF20MKX GFS 36 hour Forecast based on NWS MKX WRF domain Initial conditions and boundary conditions from previous 06 18Z GFS run WRFY 20NC coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 13 coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 13 WRF20MKX CRAS 36 hour Forecast based on NWS MKX WRF domain Initial conditions and boundary conditions from initial hour CRAS20MKX run WRFZ 20NC coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 14 coarse medium fine 1 Hourly Charts 4 Panel Charts 2012 11 13 WRF20MKX CIGB 36 hour Forecast based on NWS MKX WRF domain Initial conditions of GFS GOES 13 Sounder and GFS boundary conditions CRAS AUTOMATED ADMINISTRATIVE MESSAGE COOPERATIVE INSTITUTE FOR METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE STUDIES MADISON WI 0254 AM UTC WED NOV 14 2012 GEMPAK IMAGE GENERATION FOR THE 20121114 00Z WRFARW20MKX GFS IS NOW COMPLETE END Google Earth KML Output KMZ 00Z 12Z A new window will open KMZ is a bundle of the latest KMLs CRAS CRTMA GRIB2 Output Directory for CRAS45NA GRIB2 Messages on AWIPS 212 Grid Directory for CRAS45AK GRIB2 Messages on AWIPS 216 Grid Directory for CRAS40HI GRIB2 Messages on AWIPS 254 Grid Subset Directory for CRAS20NC GRIB2 Messages on Custom North Central US Grid Directory for CRTMA5GL GRIB2 Messages on Custom Great Lakes Grid WRF Transition Experiment Verification Statistics Differences 12 hr Precipitation Precipitable Water Total Sky Cover Other statistics Latest 2012102312 2012102400 2012102412 2012102500 2012102512 2012102600 2012102612 2012102700 2012102712 2012102800 2012102812 2012102900 2012102912 2012103000 2012103012 2012103100 2012103112 2012110100 2012110112 2012110200 2012110212 2012110300 2012110312 2012110400 2012110412 2012110500 2012110512 2012110600 2012110612 2012110700 2012110712 2012110800 2012110812 2012110900 2012110912 2012111000 2012111012 2012111100 2012111112 2012111200 2012111212 2012111300 A new window will open with the requested content CRAS WRF Accumulated Precipitation Differences for Recent Runs 00Z 12Z CRAS WRF Total Precipitable Water Differences for Recent Runs 00Z 12Z CRAS WRF Total Sky Cover Differences for Recent Runs 00Z 12Z Verification Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Recent Runs 00Z 12Z WRF Transition Experiment Forecast Skew T Comparisons Latest 00 UTC Run Latest 12 UTC Run Int l Falls MN Madison WI North Platte NE Springfield MO T 00 Fcst T 12 Fcst T 24 Fcst T 36 Fcst Meteogram A new window will open with the requested content Comparison of 00 UTC radiosonde observation against CRAS WRF forecasts for Int l Falls MN North Platte NE Springfield MO Comparison of 12 UTC radiosonde observation against CRAS WRF forecasts for Int l Falls MN North Platte NE Springfield MO These computer forecasts are EXPERIMENTAL and are used by atmospheric scientists to assess

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/cras/ (2012-11-14)
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  • 101 pressure levels for clear sky conditions The profiles are taken from NOAA 88 an ECMWF 60L training set TIGR 3 ozonesondes from 8 NOAA Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics Laboratory CMDL sites and radiosondes from 2004 in the Sahara desert Quality checks were applied to all the profiles along with the following saturation criteria for clear sky conditions the relative humidity RH value of the profiles must be less than 95 99 at each level below the 250 hPa pressure level In addition to adding the new radiosondes and ozone profiles it is required that the original top of sounding pressure be no greater than 30 hPa for temperature and moisture profiles and 10 hPa for ozone A technique to extend the temperature moisture and ozone profiles above the level of existing data that insures physically consistent behavior near the top of the troposphere was implemented Where ozone data were not included with the original profiles a regression based algorithm for deriving ozone profiles was used personal communication with Paul van Delst For each profile in the data set a physically based characterization of the surface skin temperature and surface emissivity are assigned Reference Borbas E E Suzanne Wetzel Seemann

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/training_data/ (2012-11-14)
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  • CIMSS Realtime GOES Derived Product Imagery
    Band 8 Band 11 Band 19 GOES SA Imager Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 6 GOES SA Sounder All Band 14N sector 01S sector 15S sector 33S sector GOES SA Sounder All Sectors Band 8 GOES SA Cloud Products Cloud Top Pressure Cloud Top Press combined GOES SA Retrieval Products Total Precip Water Total Precip Water combined Lifted Index Lifted Index combined Other Products Recent Changes Credits Disclaimer Contact Us Experimental Work Current Status 1708UTC 18Oct2012 Normal production Note As of the 15Z imagery the GOES 13 satellite replaced the GOES 14 satellite as the NESDIS operational GOES East bird affecting both Imager and Sounder products http www ssd noaa gov PS SATS messages html jim nelson ssec wisc edu Recent Changes 1820UTC 24Oct2012 On the Sounder DPI Page http cimss ssec wisc edu goes rt sounder dpi php as of the 16UTC processing on 24Oct2012 GOES E 13 Sounder bands 13 4 57um and 14 4 52um have been disabled within the temperature moisture retrieval processing due to excessive noise The affected products e g Total Precipitable Water TPW should now appear smoother jim nelson ssec wisc edu 1825UTC 15Oct2012 On the Sounder DPI Page http cimss ssec wisc edu goes rt sounder dpi php products denoted as GOES 14 were replaced with GOES 13 on or about 11Oct2012 in support of 2 24 hour tests of the GOES 13 Imager and Sounder http www ssd noaa gov PS SATS messages html As of 1546UTC 15Oct2012 the GOES 13 Sounder products are again being produced in support of the 2nd 24 hour test and will continue until 1546UTC 16Oct2012 jim nelson ssec wisc edu More This website contains various GOES derived product images DPI as well as composite displays made routinely at CIMSS usually every

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/rt/ (2012-11-14)
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  • GOES Weighting Functions
    00 UTC Latest 12 UTC Latest 12 UTC Recent Archive GOES EAST GOES WEST nbsp nbsp 12 Nov 2012 00 UTC 12 Nov 2012 12 UTC 12 Nov 2012 00 UTC 12 Nov 2012 12 UTC nbsp nbsp 11 Nov 2012 00 UTC 11 Nov 2012 12 UTC 11 Nov 2012 00 UTC 11 Nov 2012 12 UTC nbsp nbsp 10 Nov 2012 00 UTC 10 Nov 2012 12 UTC

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/wf/ (2012-11-14)
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  • University of Wisconsin MODIS Direct Broadcast Products Page
    products created from direct broadcast data at the University of Wisconsin Latest Terra Daytime Products Latest Aqua Daytime Products Latest Terra Nighttime Products Latest Aqua Nighttime Products For more images and information on Unversity of Wisconsin direct broadcast data and

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/db_products/ (2012-11-14)
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